Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Bruschetta


Yum.  Bruschetta.  It is so easy that everyone probably makes it already.  But if you don't here's how I do it.  First you have to start with a good quality french bread loaf.  I get mine from Turtle Bread here in Minneapolis.  I put a generous amount of extra virgin olive oil in a saute pan, then grill the bread until it is a little crispy on both sides.  Then while it is still warm I rub a cut garlic clove over the surface.  Now just top it with a sliced Summer tomato still warm from the Sun.  And a little basil, fresh cracked pepper and sea salt.  An easy lunch is served. 

6 comments:

DJan said...

Okay, I still want to know how you keep your girlish figure with all this high calorie food! It sure does look good, and I appreciate you reminding me how easy it is. :-)

Repositório said...

Nham nham!!!!!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

We never heard of this food before.. It sounds yummy and we like easy!
love
tweedles

The Chair Speaks said...

Wow, delicious vegetarian lunch!

Mary said...

I could so eat that now. I'm doing early catch the blog world comments, and have not eaten breakfast....plus you may say, Breakfast? yes..I eat left over pizza, pb sandwiches...meat loaf...anything from dinner to snacks can make my breakfast. hahahhahha.

Pat Tillett said...

Oh YUM! These days when I see you've posted, my mouth starts watering!